Destination wedding: things to consider before deciding
A destination Spain wedding can be an incredible experience. You will be in an incredible atmosphere, with the most loved people in your life and possibly your wedding will last longer than just one night. However, before starting to plan everything, it is necessary to consider several details that involve the guests, costs, the language of the place and the professionals you hire.
Make sure guests can go
If you are considering having destination weddings in Spain, it is good to talk with family and friends before signing contracts and starting to organize everything, to see if they can attend, especially in the case of people closer and more important to the couple’s life. There is also the case of elderly people, who are often unable to travel physically.
If your guests are on this destination wedding adventure, now is the time to choose your destination. It is no use for a couple to arrange a beach wedding if they do not like sand and ocean. There are couples who live in big cities, but when choosing their destination, they opt for places in the countryside. There are also those who want to live an experience in big cities like Madrid.
Planning a destination wedding involves getting to know the place where the wedding is to take place and understanding its culture. It is interesting to think about the comfort and ease of guests. Therefore, if you are thinking of a destination that is too far away, this point is worth reflecting on. It is also worth thinking about places with very restricted access, such as islands.
Cost is also part of this decision-making process. That is why it is important to talk to professionals, make budgets and check prices for tickets and accommodation. It is also important to align expectations with the budget to ensure that you achieve the best possible result. Many people believe that a destination wedding can be cheaper, because it has fewer guests. Grooms have to think about hotels, flights and even possible visits to the destination during the organization period.
Professional at the destination
Having a professional who knows the region, such as a wedding planner, can make all the difference. It is important to have someone on site who is an expert in the country and helps organize everything. However, if the couples feel the need, there is also the possibility of having a wedding planner in the country of origin that already has a partnership with another professional in the chosen location.
Do not forget the honeymoon!
After planning the entire wedding, the couple will certainly need a few days of rest. So, do not forget to include your honeymoon plans. At the destination wedding, the couple can enjoy the same trip to enjoy their honeymoon in the chosen destination or visit beautiful places nearby.